Amie Fishman works for DataCenter.
"Amie’s work for the last decade as a prisoner rights advocate and criminal defense investigator led her to pursue a master’s degree in public health (MPH) at San Francisco State University, where she explored links between community violence, trauma, health, and incarceration. She is passionate about community-based participatory research and dedicated to using research as a tool to build community power and organize for social change. Since 2001, Amie has also worked at the Catalyst Project, a center for political education and movement building that works to deepen anti-racist politics and practice among white people and support multiracial movement building. There she creates and facilitates participatory political education curriculum and organizes in support of racial and economic justice in the US and abroad. She is also deeply inspired by culinary experimentation, especially baking, candy making, and preserving, and has a secret plan to someday sing in a band." 
- Steering Committee, US Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation
Resources and articles
- People, DataCenter, accessed April 13, 2010.